Wednesday February 19, 2020

Irish books and films will see a boom in 2016

A flood of new, Irish-made films and books are promised this year

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

3rd January, 2016
Lenny Abrahamsons Room is already a Golden Globe contender

The arts world is all geared up to impress in 2016, with new works on the way from Irish authors, directors and artists such as Marian Keyes, Neil Jordan, Jim Sheridan, John Carney and Lenny Abrahamson, as well as a concentration of books, series and documentaries dealing with the 1916 commemorations.

The recent flourishing of Irish cinema abroad will continue, with Irish film-makers punching above their weight to bring their films to an international audience, as well...

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